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SATURDAY, MAR 31, 2007  |  4 comments
Human ancestor gets digital facelift?
An ancient member of the human family has gotten a digital facelift, and the new mug looks more ape-like than scientists previously thought.

The new reconstruction suggests the large brains and flatter faces characteristic of modern humans did not appear in our lineage until much later in our history.

“For how many years now, people have been using this [skull] and the numbers may not be very meaningful,” said Timothy Bromage, an anthropologist at New York University who led the new reconstruction effort. ...


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Robert Perry | Chaska MN  Contact via emailFind all comments by Robert Perry
It's worth noting that they're talking about basic rules of skull design and the requirement that structures work together, as if they were, well, designed. Good for them!

It's also worth noting that they're trying to create a timeline of human descent based (at least at their estimated time-frame of 1.5-2 million years ago) based on no more than two skulls. I'm not quite sure that, as a trained statistician, I'd put much confidence in a line drawn through only a few points like this.

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News Item3/31/07 10:38 PM
Faithful Remnant | the Protestant Church  Find all comments by Faithful Remnant
Ha! Good one, Protestant.

"and the new mug looks more ape-like than scientists previously thought."

Mug? What? Where do cups fit into this?

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News Item3/31/07 7:21 PM
Chris M | Australia  Find all comments by Chris M
Small brain, protruding jaw, flat cheeks - these ancient humans were sooooo much like Apes! If we didn't know otherwise this could have passed as just a monkey skull, being the same and all.
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News Item3/31/07 7:07 PM
Protestant | UK  Find all comments by Protestant
I love it. When they called this monky skull they called it Homo rudolfensis.

Sing along with me:

"Homo the rudolfenis.
Had a very shiney nose
And if you ever saw it
You would even say it grows!"

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